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Food was generally good for the price range the restaurant represents. Definetely a different experience in town. Eating outside is nice, weather permitting, and the glass shelter is a nice idea for cold and rainy days.
Had lunch here and falafel was super dry like it was there for a week or so, asked for a plate falafel and it was just 3 tiny falafels and a little bit of humus. I love Arabic cuisine but this was just awful. Never...again!More
Date of visit: October 2017
Responsabile C, Responsabile Comunicazione Online at Mille e Una Notte, responded to this reviewResponded October 3, 2017
Dear Dilka N,
thank you so much for your feedback!
We are obviously sorry about your impression about the plate of falafel. It sounds strange, because our chefs prepare dishes at the moment, with care and attention!
For what concerns the quantity, instead, our courses...More
We normally go for a take away, so I cannot comment on the restaurant per se. Having said that, the staff is always friendly and the atmosphere is very relaxing and quiet - the decor is plush and comfy. I think it would be perfect...for a romantic date. We love the food, the vegetarian options are many and all are very good. Don't miss the desserts!More
A significantly awesome arabian experience in the heart of Udine.
A place decorated exactly as if you are in the middle east, very helpful and friendly staff.
The menu has a very wide selection of arabian food that is perfectly cooked and absolutely delicious.
You...should try toshka (kebab with cheese) and kharouf (sheep meat) which are of the best on the menu and of course an appetizer of patate con harissa, tabouleh or mettabal would really make your experience awesome and finally a cup of tea with mint will perfectly conclude your meal.More
I was here for the first time and I was pleasantly surprised.
On the front there is a room a little bit simple and it look like more a fast food than a restaurant. Instead on the back there is a very nice room setted...up like an Arabian restaurant. You sit down on confortable couches that faces at the center of the room.
The feeling is to be in a tavern from the fable of Aladin. There is also a pleasant background arabian music not too much louder.
On summer the restaurant offer also a lot of seats outside in the square in front of the entrance of the university.
On thursday evening the booking is a must because there is also a belly dancer show!
The food choice are generous. The portions are also quite generous and very well cooked. We tryed a mix of starters, two mains and a side dish, plus drink (hot mint tea of course) we paid around 35€.
I think that prices are quite fare because we find ourself in difficult to finish all our dishes.
The staff is very gentle, nice and helpfull.
The only thing that can be improved is that the hot the could be served with a tea pot because only a glass of tea cannot be enough for the entire meal.
The restaurant offer also the take away service.More
I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone. The food seemed reheated, the falafel, the tabbouli, and the hummus tasted like they were reconstituted freeze dried. The outdoor seating was nice and the service was fine, but the the food wasn't.
Date of visit: October 2012
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